Monthly Archives: December 2008

Count me in.

Stumbled upon this site tonight. I was very moved. No, that isn’t accurate enough–I was totally blown away by this man’s story. He’s a former member of the band, Korn. I hope you’ll take just a moment to listen to … Continue reading

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no sew window mistreatment

I’ve been itching for a change in the kitchen and when I was at the fabric store looking for green/red christmas fabric I saw this lovely black/cream floral in a heavy decorator’s cotton. I snatched it up, thinking that by … Continue reading

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candy cane fun

We love candy canes. Each year, at least once or twice, we watch a Christmas movie and John makes his famous peppermint milkshakes for everybody. If you visit, you can help yourself easily because it’s like an elf threw up … Continue reading

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wordless Wednesday

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nativity collection

See, folks-if you leave a comment I’ll respond! Go ahead, leave a comment and test me! This post is for my sister-in-law, who asked to see the nativity collection. It’s small so far, but they (who are “they”, anyway?!) say … Continue reading

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gluten free pancakes, from Germany.

I found this recipe somewhere on the web, then altered it for our tastes. All the boys love it and rated it almost as high as Daddy’s (and he packs HIS cakes with chocolate chips!) I called them “German Pancakes” … Continue reading

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a love note from Josiah

Part of his penmanship practice, but he addressed it to me and silently hung it on the fridge last Summer. I’ve recently cleaned the fridge off, and moved this paper to the big box of sentimental swill I keep under … Continue reading

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